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New Algorithm May Help Airport Scans Detect Nuclear Smuggling

Scientists may have discovered how they can reprogram X-ray scanners to more effectively spot bomb-usable nuclear materials in airline bags.

Audit Finds Obstacles to Operating U.S. Antimissile Assets in Europe

A new audit has found that the U.S. military is likely to encounter hurdles in the operations of deployed antimissile assets in Europe.

 

The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai

The bureau turned to a Northern Virginia production company to make a film warning American students of becoming spies while studying abroad—and made us cringe in the process.

Snowden's Journalist Friends Win Pulitzer for NSA Reporting

Is a Nobel Peace Prize next for the leaker-in-chief?

Boston Debates Banning Deadliest Pathogens From New Biolab

Boston is set this week to debate whether to ban a new, downtown biodefense laboratory from studying some of the world's deadliest disease agents.

Should Congress Speed Up Its Push for Terrorism Protection?

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act doesn't expire until the end of the year, but supporters want to reauthorize it as soon as possible.

Peter King States His Case in Quest to Be Intelligence Committee Chairman

Rep. Peter King is trying to use his public persona to help carry his campaign for Intelligence chairman.

Why Are So Many Older Veterans Committing Suicide?

The Fort Hood shooting shines a spotlight on an overall epidemic, but suicide rates are higher for older generations.

Time Is Running Out for Big Bills

By the time Congress gets back, there will be little appetite for major legislation before the election.

NSA Reportedly Exploited Heartbleed For Spying—But Strongly Denies the Allegation

Because the agency hasn't already reportedly done enough.

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New Algorithm May Help Airport Scans Detect Nuclear Smuggling

Scientists may have discovered how they can reprogram X-ray scanners to more effectively spot bomb-usable nuclear materials in airline bags.

Audit Finds Obstacles to Operating U.S. Antimissile Assets in Europe

A new audit has found that the U.S. military is likely to encounter hurdles in the operations of deployed antimissile assets in Europe.

 

The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai

The bureau turned to a Northern Virginia production company to make a film warning American students of becoming spies while studying abroad—and made us cringe in the process.

Snowden's Journalist Friends Win Pulitzer for NSA Reporting

Is a Nobel Peace Prize next for the leaker-in-chief?

Boston Debates Banning Deadliest Pathogens From New Biolab

Boston is set this week to debate whether to ban a new, downtown biodefense laboratory from studying some of the world's deadliest disease agents.

Should Congress Speed Up Its Push for Terrorism Protection?

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act doesn't expire until the end of the year, but supporters want to reauthorize it as soon as possible.

Peter King States His Case in Quest to Be Intelligence Committee Chairman

Rep. Peter King is trying to use his public persona to help carry his campaign for Intelligence chairman.

Why Are So Many Older Veterans Committing Suicide?

The Fort Hood shooting shines a spotlight on an overall epidemic, but suicide rates are higher for older generations.

Time Is Running Out for Big Bills

By the time Congress gets back, there will be little appetite for major legislation before the election.

NSA Reportedly Exploited Heartbleed For Spying—But Strongly Denies the Allegation

Because the agency hasn't already reportedly done enough.

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